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Author: Katherine Daigle

Baltimore & Beyond: Do You Know Where Your Children Are?

It’s 11 PM. Do you know where your children are? It’s a tired old question, the mere mention of which has come to sound cliché. But traditional American values, those ancient ideals...

The Making of a President

When parents, with doting love and pride, speak of the future to their small children, there are a number of grand careers and destinies they may promise as a potential reward for hard work and...

Minutemen: Continuing to Serve With Strength And Honor

It is no exaggeration to state that the porous nature of the United States’ borders has reached crisis proportions. It is now estimated that millions of undocumented immigrants have...

California’s Parent Empowerment – Fight Back!

In theory, at least, the Common Core State Standards Initiative was intended to help American students by standardizing expected levels of academic ability in the subjects of English and...

Religious Freedom Restoration Act: Restoring Our Faith

Some two and one-half centuries ago, the United States of America was founded on ideals of liberty, with the most cherished among these the freedom from government intrusion upon the...

Gov’t Seizure Thuggery By Eminent Domain Using High Speed Rail

The development of high-speed rail has been a tremendous advance. Many people are familiar with the Shinkansen, or Japanese “bullet train” railways that allow cities on the archipelago to be...

Taking Advantage of Constitutional Rights Via Birth Tourism

Section 1 of Article Two of the United States Constitution sets forth the eligibility requirements for serving as president of the United States: “ No person except a natural born Citizen, or a...

Hillary Clinton: The Hypocrisy of a Woman Benefitting Off Of the Suppression of Other Women

The disenfranchisement of women in the political process is an evil that has plagued mankind for most of its history. Even societies that considered themselves democratic have usually denied...

Guest Writer Katherine Daigle: Women In Politics

It has always amazed me that, throughout the long and checkered history of humanity’s experiment with the institution of government; politics have traditionally been a man’s game....